Smoke Signals S7E21: Indians first half review
Our new bi-weekly format of Smoke Signals continues tonight at 11:00pm ET.
In tonight's show IBI draft guru Jeff Ellis joins Smoke Signals regular Tony Lastoria to discuss all things pertaining to the Cleveland Indians. The Indians reached the halfway mark in their season on Sunday with their 81st game, so now is a good time to sit back and review the first half of the season, talk about what went right, what went wrong, and what the Indians need to do to make another second half run at the playoffs this season.
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I know it is only July 4th weeked and even in the minors there are two months of the season left. The two awards the tribe gives out to the minor leaguers leads me to two questions first the bob feller award---
as of today we have 3 legitimate candidates merritt. morimando, and colon. All 8 game winners as of tonight. Does colon get extra credit being that he is pitching at a higher level? As for the boudreau award until he got his hand broken Tyler Naquin was quietly but steadily looking to win that award. If the OPS BA Slg % and other factors continue does it go to Jesus Aquilar kind of as a consolation prize for not winning it 2013? Give me you imput based on april may and june numbers and speculate july and august and give me you midseason projections of both boudreau and feller award winners. sort of like each scribes choice to get a consensus.